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Avia BH-10 - 1/72 - KOVOZAVODY PROSTEJOV KPM0428 NEW
SKU KPV-72428
Brand KOVOZAVODY PROSTEJOV
Scale: 1/72
Nation: Czechoslovakia
Period: WWI
Type: Aircraft
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Avia BH-10 "Special markings" biplane fighter plane kit in 1/72 scale - Model KOVOZAVODY PROSTEJOV.The Avia BH-10 was a biplane fighter plane developed and produced by the Czechoslovak Avia company in the early 1920s. It was one of Avia's earliest military aircraft designs and played a significant role in Czechoslovak aviation history.Here are some key features of the Avia BH-10:Design and Role:The Avia BH-10 was a biplane designed as a fighter aircraft. Its construction was in metal, an innovative approach at the time.Motorization:The plane was powered by a 450 hp Renault 12Ja linear inline engine.Armament:The BH-10's armament included a 7.7 mm caliber Vickers machine gun synchronized to the pilot and a second Lewis machine gun mounted on the back of the fuselage, operated by the observer or rear pilot.Production and Service:The Avia BH-10 was produced in a number of variants. It was used mainly by the air force of Czechoslovakia. Because of its metal construction and relatively advanced performance for the time, the aircraft had a significant impact.Successors:The Avia BH-10 was successful enough to lead to the development of later variants, such as the Avia BH-11 and BH-21.The Avia BH-10 represents an important stage in the development of Czechoslovak military aviation, contributing to the modernization of the country's air force during the period between the two world wars.

 
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Avia BH-10 - 1/72 - KOVOZAVODY PROSTEJOV KPM0421
SKU KPV-72421
Brand KOVOZAVODY PROSTEJOV
Scale: 1/72
Nation: Czechoslovakia
Period: WWI
Type: Aircraft
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Avia BH-10 Biplane Fighter Aircraft Kit 1/72 Scale - Model KOVOZAVODY PROSTEJOV.The Avia BH-10 was a biplane fighter aircraft developed and produced by the Czechoslovak Avia company in the early 1920s. It was one of Avia's earliest military aircraft designs and played a significant role in Czechoslovak aviation history.Here are some key features of the Avia BH-10:Design and Role:The Avia BH-10 was a biplane designed as a fighter aircraft. Its construction was in metal, an innovative approach at the time.Motorization:The plane was powered by a 450 hp Renault 12Ja linear inline engine.Armament:The BH-10's armament included a 7.7 mm caliber Vickers machine gun synchronized to the pilot and a second Lewis machine gun mounted on the back of the fuselage, operated by the observer or rear pilot.Production and Service:The Avia BH-10 was produced in a number of variants. It was used mainly by the air force of Czechoslovakia. Because of its metal construction and relatively advanced performance for the time, the aircraft had a significant impact.Successors:The Avia BH-10 was successful enough to lead to the development of later variants, such as the Avia BH-11 and BH-21.The Avia BH-10 represents an important stage in the development of Czechoslovak military aviation, contributing to the modernization of the country's air force during the period between the two world wars.

 
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Avia B-10 - 1/72 - KOVOZAVODY PROSTEJOV KPM0422 NEW
SKU KPV-72422
Brand KOVOZAVODY PROSTEJOV
Scale: 1/72
Nation: Czechoslovakia
Period: WWI
Type: Aircraft
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Avia B-10 "Military" Bomber Aircraft Kit in 1/72 scale - Model KOVOZAVODY PROSTEJOV.The Avia B-10 is a twin-engine bomber developed and produced by the Czechoslovak Avia company during the 1930s. It is a medium bombing aircraft that played a significant role in the air forces of a number of countries during that period.Here are some key features of the Avia B-10:Design:The Avia B-10 was designed as a twin-engine bomber and bideck by four crew members. It featured the medium-wing monoplane configuration.Engines:The plane was equipped with two Avia Vr-36 radial engines of 700 hp each, giving it good power for the time.Armament:The armament of the Avia B-10 included defensive machine guns mounted on turrets. Arrangement of weapons could vary depending on specific versions of the aircraft.Bombing Capabilities:The Avia B-10 could carry bomb loads in the inner bomber compartment, enabling tactical bombing missions.Production and Use:The Avia B-10 was produced under license in Czechoslovakia and, in addition to being used by the Czechoslovak air force, was exported to other countries such as Sweden, Yugoslavia, and Bulgaria.Success and Impact:The Avia B-10 was one of the world's first bombers with an all-metal structure and all-metal construction. Its introduction marked a significant advance in military aircraft design.The Avia B-10 represents an important chapter in Czechoslovak aviation history and helped introduce new technologies in military aircraft design at the time.

 
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Aero K-75 - 1/72 - KOVOZAVODY PROSTEJOV KPM0429
SKU KPV-72429
Brand KOVOZAVODY PROSTEJOV
Scale: 1/72
Nation: Czechoslovakia
Period: Dopoguerra
Type: Aircraft
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Aero K-75 "Military" 1/72 scale airplane kit - KOVOZAVODY PROSTEJOV model.The Aero AE 45 is a Czechoslovakian-made light aircraft that was developed and built by the Aero Vodochody company in the 1940s and 1950s. It is a twin-engine light aircraft used mainly for passenger transport and regional connection. Here is some key information about the Aero AE 45:Design:The Aero AE 45 is designed as a low-wing monoplane with a low-wing configuration and retractable landing gear. It can accommodate 4 to 6 passengers depending on the interior configuration.Engines:The aircraft is powered by two Walter Minor 4-III radial engines, each mounted on a wing nacelle at the end of the wingtip.First Flight:The first flight of the Aero AE 45 occurred in 1947.Use:The Aero AE 45 was used primarily as a light transport and liaison aircraft. It found use in both civil and military aviation in some countries.Variants:Several variants of the Aero AE 45 were developed, including passenger and cargo versions. Some variants were also equipped with different engines.Production:The Aero AE 45 was produced in different quantities from the late 1940s until the early 1960s. It was a popular aircraft in Central Europe and other countries.Success:The Aero AE 45 was a successful aircraft for Aero Vodochody and was well received in light transport and regional liaison operations.It is possible that the Aero AE 45 also served in different roles over the years, such as training and surveillance, depending on the operator's needs.

 
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Aero Ae-45S 1/72 - KOVOZAVODY PROSTEJOV KPM0432 NEW
SKU KPV-72432
Brand KOVOZAVODY PROSTEJOV
Scale: 1/72
Nation: Czechoslovakia
Period: Dopoguerra
Type: Aircraft
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Aero Ae-45S "Super Aero Pt.II" aircraft kit in 1/72 scale - KOVOZAVODY PROSTEJOV model.The Aero AE 45 is a Czechoslovakian-made light aircraft that was developed and built by the Aero Vodochody company in the 1940s and 1950s. It is a twin-engine light aircraft used mainly for passenger transport and regional connection. Here is some key information about the Aero AE 45:Design:The Aero AE 45 is designed as a low-wing monoplane with a low-wing configuration and retractable landing gear. It can accommodate 4 to 6 passengers depending on the interior configuration.Engines:The aircraft is powered by two Walter Minor 4-III radial engines, each mounted on a wing nacelle at the end of the wingtip.First Flight:The first flight of the Aero AE 45 occurred in 1947.Use:The Aero AE 45 was used primarily as a light transport and liaison aircraft. It found use in both civil and military aviation in some countries.Variants:Several variants of the Aero AE 45 were developed, including passenger and cargo versions. Some variants were also equipped with different engines.Production:The Aero AE 45 was produced in different quantities from the late 1940s until the early 1960s. It was a popular aircraft in Central Europe and other countries.Success:The Aero AE 45 was a successful aircraft for Aero Vodochody and was well received in light transport and regional liaison operations.It is possible that the Aero AE 45 also served in different roles over the years, such as training and surveillance, depending on the operator's needs.

 
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Aero Ae-45S 1/72 - KOVOZAVODY PROSTEJOV KPM0431 NEW
SKU KPV-72431
Brand KOVOZAVODY PROSTEJOV
Scale: 1/72
Nation: Czechoslovakia
Period: Dopoguerra
Type: Aircraft
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Aero Ae-45S "Super Aero Pt.I." aircraft kit in 1/72 scale - KOVOZAVODY PROSTEJOV model.The Aero AE 45 is a Czechoslovakian-made light aircraft that was developed and built by the Aero Vodochody company in the 1940s and 1950s. It is a twin-engine light aircraft used mainly for passenger transport and regional connection. Here is some key information about the Aero AE 45:Design:The Aero AE 45 is designed as a low-wing monoplane with a low-wing configuration and retractable landing gear. It can accommodate 4 to 6 passengers depending on the interior configuration.Engines:The aircraft is powered by two Walter Minor 4-III radial engines, each mounted on a wing nacelle at the end of the wingtip.First Flight:The first flight of the Aero AE 45 occurred in 1947.Use:The Aero AE 45 was used primarily as a light transport and liaison aircraft. It found use in both civil and military aviation in some countries.Variants:Several variants of the Aero AE 45 were developed, including passenger and cargo versions. Some variants were also equipped with different engines.Production:The Aero AE 45 was produced in different quantities from the late 1940s until the early 1960s. It was a popular aircraft in Central Europe and other countries.Success:The Aero AE 45 was a successful aircraft for Aero Vodochody and was well received in light transport and regional liaison operations.It is possible that the Aero AE 45 also served in different roles over the years, such as training and surveillance, depending on the operator's needs.

 
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Aero Ae-45 - 1/72 - KOVOZAVODY PROSTEJOV KPM0430
SKU KPV-72430
Brand KOVOZAVODY PROSTEJOV
Scale: 1/72
Nation: Czechoslovakia
Period: Dopoguerra
Type: Aircraft
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Aero Ae-45 aircraft kit in 1/72 scale - KOVOZAVODY PROSTEJOV model.The Aero AE 45 is a Czechoslovakian-made light aircraft that was developed and built by the Aero Vodochody company in the 1940s and 1950s. It is a twin-engine light aircraft used mainly for passenger transport and regional connection. Here is some key information about the Aero AE 45:Design:The Aero AE 45 is designed as a low-wing monoplane with a low-wing configuration and retractable landing gear. It can accommodate 4 to 6 passengers depending on the interior configuration.Engines:The aircraft is powered by two Walter Minor 4-III radial engines, each mounted on a wing nacelle at the end of the wingtip.First Flight:The first flight of the Aero AE 45 occurred in 1947.Use:The Aero AE 45 was used primarily as a light transport and liaison aircraft. It found use in both civil and military aviation in some countries.Variants:Several variants of the Aero AE 45 were developed, including passenger and cargo versions. Some variants were also equipped with different engines.Production:The Aero AE 45 was produced in different quantities from the late 1940s until the early 1960s. It was a popular aircraft in Central Europe and other countries.Success:The Aero AE 45 was a successful aircraft for Aero Vodochody and was well received in light transport and regional liaison operations.It is possible that the Aero AE 45 also served in different roles over the years, such as training and surveillance, depending on the operator's needs.

 
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Aero Ae-145 - 1/72 - KOVOZAVODY PROSTEJOV KPM0434 NEW
SKU KPV-72434
Brand KOVOZAVODY PROSTEJOV
Scale: 1/72
Nation: Czechoslovakia
Period: Dopoguerra
Type: Aircraft
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Aero Ae-145 "Special Markings" 1/72 scale airplane kit - KOVOZAVODY PROSTEJOV model.The Aero AE 45 is a Czechoslovakian-made light aircraft that was developed and built by the Aero Vodochody company in the 1940s and 1950s. It is a twin-engine light aircraft used mainly for passenger transport and regional connection. Here is some key information about the Aero AE 45:Design:The Aero AE 45 is designed as a low-wing monoplane with a low-wing configuration and retractable landing gear. It can accommodate 4 to 6 passengers depending on the interior configuration.Engines:The aircraft is powered by two Walter Minor 4-III radial engines, each mounted on a wing nacelle at the end of the wingtip.First Flight:The first flight of the Aero AE 45 occurred in 1947.Use:The Aero AE 45 was used primarily as a light transport and liaison aircraft. It found use in both civil and military aviation in some countries.Variants:Several variants of the Aero AE 45 were developed, including passenger and cargo versions. Some variants were also equipped with different engines.Production:The Aero AE 45 was produced in different quantities from the late 1940s until the early 1960s. It was a popular aircraft in Central Europe and other countries.Success:The Aero AE 45 was a successful aircraft for Aero Vodochody and was well received in light transport and regional liaison operations.It is possible that the Aero AE 45 also served in different roles over the years, such as training and surveillance, depending on the operator's needs.

 
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Aero Ae-145 - 1/72 - KOVOZAVODY PROSTEJOV KPM0433 NEW
SKU KPV-72433
Brand KOVOZAVODY PROSTEJOV
Scale: 1/72
Nation: Czechoslovakia
Period: Dopoguerra
Type: Aircraft
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Aero Ae-145 aircraft kit in 1/72 scale - KOVOZAVODY PROSTEJOV model.The Aero AE 45 is a Czechoslovakian-made light aircraft that was developed and built by the Aero Vodochody company in the 1940s and 1950s. It is a twin-engine light aircraft used mainly for passenger transport and regional connection. Here is some key information about the Aero AE 45:Design:The Aero AE 45 is designed as a low-wing monoplane with a low-wing configuration and retractable landing gear. It can accommodate 4 to 6 passengers depending on the interior configuration.Engines:The aircraft is powered by two Walter Minor 4-III radial engines, each mounted on a wing nacelle at the end of the wingtip.First Flight:The first flight of the Aero AE 45 occurred in 1947.Use:The Aero AE 45 was used primarily as a light transport and liaison aircraft. It found use in both civil and military aviation in some countries.Variants:Several variants of the Aero AE 45 were developed, including passenger and cargo versions. Some variants were also equipped with different engines.Production:The Aero AE 45 was produced in different quantities from the late 1940s until the early 1960s. It was a popular aircraft in Central Europe and other countries.Success:The Aero AE 45 was a successful aircraft for Aero Vodochody and was well received in light transport and regional liaison operations.It is possible that the Aero AE 45 also served in different roles over the years, such as training and surveillance, depending on the operator's needs.

 
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Robinson R-44 Raven II - 1/72 - KOVOZAVODY PROSTEJOV KPM0215 NEW
SKU KPV-72215
Brand KOVOZAVODY PROSTEJOV
Scale: 1/72
Nation: United States of America
Period: Modern
Type: Elicotteri
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Robinson R-44 Raven II Helicopter Kit 1/72 Scale - Model KOVOZAVODY PROSTEJOV. The Robinson R-44 Raven II is a four-seat light helicopter produced by the Robinson Helicopter Company. This helicopter is an improved version of the popular R-44 Raven model and is widely used in various applications, including flight training, private transport and light missions. Here are some key features of the Robinson R-44 Raven II: Configuration: The R-44 Raven II is a piston-powered helicopter with a four-seat configuration, arranged in two rows of two. Engine: It is powered by a six-cylinder Lycoming IO-540 piston engine, which gives it more power than its predecessor, the R-44 Raven. Cooling System: The Raven II has an improved cooling system compared to the original model. Engine Representation: The Raven II is designed with greater engine representation than the original Raven model, making it more suitable for training situations. Common Use: This helicopter is often used for flight training, air patrol, private transport and other light missions. Its versatility and more compact size make it suitable for a variety of applications. The Robinson R-44 Raven II has been a commercial success and has found use in many parts of the world. Its popularity is due in part to its relatively lower cost than some similarly sized helicopters, making it accessible to a wider range of users.

 
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Miles Messenger 1/72 - KOVOZAVODY PROSTEJOV KPM0426
SKU KPV-72426
Brand KOVOZAVODY PROSTEJOV
Scale: 1/72
Nation: United Kingdom
Period: WWII
Type: Aircraft
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Miles Messenger "Early" 1/72 Scale Aircraft Kit - Model KOVOZAVODY PROSTEJOV. The Miles Messenger is a light single-engine aircraft designed and built by Miles Aircraft, a British aircraft construction company active in the pre- and post-World War II period. Here is some key information about the Miles Messenger: Role: The Miles Messenger was designed primarily as a light liaison and training aircraft. Its compact design and limited carrying capacity made it suitable for light transport missions, flight training and similar tasks. Configuration: It was a two-seat monoplane with low wings and a tricycle configuration with retractable landing gear. The cabin accommodated the pilot and one passenger or student. Engine: The Messenger generally mounted a piston engine of various versions, including the De Havilland Gipsy Major. Production and Use: The first flight of the Miles Messenger occurred in 1942. It was used mainly by British civilian and military organizations during and after World War II. Production continued until the 1950s. Variants: There are several variants of the Miles Messenger, including specific versions for training and light transport missions.

 
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Let L-200D Morava - 1/72 - KOVOZAVODY PROSTEJOV KPM0424 NEW
SKU KPV-72424
Brand KOVOZAVODY PROSTEJOV
Scale: 1/72
Nation: Czechoslovakia
Period: Modern
Type: Aircraft
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1/72 scale Let L-200D "Morava" airplane kit - KOVOZAVODY PROSTEJOV model. The Let L-200D Morava is an improved variant of the Czechoslovakian twin-engine light Let L-200A Morava, developed by Let Kunovice (now known as Aircraft Industries). This aircraft is designed to perform a variety of tasks, including light transport of passengers and cargo, flight training, and other light missions. Here are some key features of the Let L-200D Morava: Configuration: It is a twin-engine, low-wing aircraft intended primarily for light transport. Powerplants: The Morava L-200D is powered by two Avia M 337 C engines of 210 horsepower each, ensuring reliability and safety in the event of failure of one of the engines. Capacity: It can carry up to eight passengers, although the interior layout may vary depending on the operator's needs. Features Improve: Compared with the previous version, the L-200D has improvements in performance and features, making it a more advanced and modern choice. Use: It has been used for regional transport, passenger transport, flight training and other light missions. Production: Production of the L-200D Morava began in the 1960s and continued until the 1980s. During this period, several examples were produced. The Let L-200D Morava contributed to the fleet of light and twin-engine aircraft, providing a versatile and reliable option for various aviation needs. Its production was an integral part of the Czechoslovak aviation industry.

 
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Let L-200A/D Morava - 1/72 - KOVOZAVODY PROSTEJOV KPM0423 NEW
SKU KPV-72423
Brand KOVOZAVODY PROSTEJOV
Scale: 1/72
Nation: Czechoslovakia
Period: Modern
Type: Aircraft
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Let L-200A/D "Morava" Ambulance 1/72 Scale Aircraft Kit - KOVOZAVODY PROSTEJOV Model. The Let L-200A/D "Morava" is a twin-engine light aircraft developed by the Czechoslovakian company Let Kunovice (now known as Aircraft Industries) in the 1960s. The plane was designed primarily for light transport and general aviation. Here are some key features of the Let L-200A/D "Morava": Configuration: It is a low-engine, two-engine, low-wing monoplane designed to carry passengers or light cargo. It can accommodate a maximum of eight passengers, depending on the configuration of the interior. Powerplants: The Morava is powered by two Avia M 337 C engines of 210 horsepower each. The presence of two engines gives the aircraft greater reliability, allowing flight to continue if one of the engines fails. Use: It has been used in a variety of applications, including regional flights, passenger transport, flight training and light transport missions. Versions: The L-200A version was the first variant produced, followed by the improved L-200D "Morava Super," which featured improvements in performance and equipment. Production: Production of the aircraft began in the 1960s and continued until the 1980s. During this period, several examples of the Let L-200A/D were produced. The Let L-200A/D "Morava" found use in several nations and contributed to the light transport and general aviation industry in Europe and other parts of the world. Its versatility and use in various configurations have made it a popular choice for various aviation needs.

 
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Hawker Hurricane Mk IIc Aces 1/72 - KOVOZAVODY PROSTEJOV CLK011 NEW
SKU KPV-CLK011
Brand KOVOZAVODY PROSTEJOV
Scale: 1/72
Nation: United Kingdom
Period: WWII
Type: Aircraft
Category Kit

British Hawker Hurricane Mk.IIc Aces fighter kit in 1/72 scale - Model KOVOZAVODY PROSTEJOV.

 
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Hawker Hurricane Mk IIc 1/72 - KOVOZAVODY PROSTEJOV CLK012 NEW
SKU KPV-CLK012
Brand KOVOZAVODY PROSTEJOV
Scale: 1/72
Nation: United Kingdom
Period: WWII
Type: Aircraft
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British Hawker Hurricane Mk.IIc fighter kit in 1/72 scale - Model KOVOZAVODY PROSTEJOV.

 
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Fokker S-12/T-22 Instructor 1/72 - KOVOZAVODY PROSTEJOV KPM0425 NEW
SKU KPV-72425
Brand KOVOZAVODY PROSTEJOV
Scale: 1/72
Nation: Olanda
Period: Dopoguerra
Type: Aircraft
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Fokker S-12/T-22 'Instructor' trainer aircraft kit in 1/72 scale - Model KOVOZAVODY PROSTEJOV.

 
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Curtiss Hawk H-75C-1 - 1/72 - KOVOZAVODY PROSTEJOV KPM0419 NEW
SKU KPV-72419
Brand KOVOZAVODY PROSTEJOV
Scale: 1/72
Nation: United States of America
Period: WWII
Type: Aircraft
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Curtiss Hawk H-75C-1 U.S. Fighter Aircraft Kit in 1/72 Scale - KOVOZAVODY PROSTEJOV Model. The Curtiss Hawk H-75C-1 is a variant of the Curtiss P-36 Hawk, a U.S. fighter developed in the 1930s that was widely used during World War II. The Curtiss P-36 Hawk was one of the last monoplane fighters with a cantilever wing before the advent of more advanced monoplane fighters. Here is some key information about the Curtiss Hawk H-75C-1: Development: The Curtiss Hawk H-75C-1 was an exported version of the Curtiss P-36A Hawk. It was developed to be sold to foreign nations seeking high-quality fighter aircraft. International Use: Many nations, including some European countries involved in World War II, acquired and used the Curtiss Hawk H-75C-1 in their air forces. Countries such as France, Norway, Finland, and Argentina were among the recipients of this aircraft. Armament: Typically, the Curtiss Hawk H-75C-1 was equipped with machine guns and aircraft guns. The precise armament could vary according to specific customer requirements. Motorization: It was powered by a radial engine, such as the Wright Cyclone R-1830, which provided the necessary power for flight. Participation in World War II: In some cases, the Curtiss Hawk H-75C-1 was directly involved in World War II events, especially in situations where the countries that acquired them were involved in the conflict.

 
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Curtiss Hawk H-75A/Mohawk IV - 1/72 - KOVOZAVODY PROSTEJOV KPM0420
SKU KPV-72420
Brand KOVOZAVODY PROSTEJOV
Scale: 1/72
Nation: United States of America
Period: WWII
Type: Aircraft
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CCurtiss Hawk H-75A/Mohawk IV U.S. fighter aircraft kit. 1/72 scale - Model KOVOZAVODY PROSTEJOV. The Curtiss Hawk H-75A, also known as the Mohawk IV, was a variant of the Curtiss P-36 Hawk, a U.S. fighter developed in the 1930s. The term "Mohawk IV" refers to the specific version of the aircraft used by the Royal Air Force (RAF) and other foreign operators during World War II. Here is some key information about the Curtiss Hawk H-75A/Mohawk IV: International Use: The Curtiss Hawk H-75A was sold to foreign nations and became known as the Mohawk IV when it was employed by the British Royal Air Force. It was also used by other countries, such as the Soviet Union and Argentina. Armament: Typically, the Mohawk IV was equipped with machine guns and aircraft guns. Armament could vary according to specific customer requirements. Motorization: It was powered by a radial engine, such as the Wright Cyclone R-1830, which provided the necessary power for flight. World War II Participation: The Mohawk IV was involved in a variety of situations during World War II, including participation in air defense and combat operations. Monoplane Design: The P-36 Hawk and its variants such as the Mohawk IV were among the last monoplane fighters with cantilever wings before the adoption of more advanced designs during World War II.

 
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Kovozavody Prostejov 72418 Supermarine Spitfire Mk.Vc Trop
SKU KPV-72418
Brand KOVOZAVODY PROSTEJOV
Scale: 1/72
Nation: United Kingdom
Period: WWII
Type: Aircraft
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1/72 Supermarine Spitfire Mk.Vc Trop "Over Yugoslavia"The Supermarine Spitfire Mk.Vc Trop was a variant of the famous British Supermarine Spitfire fighter aircraft used during World War II. The "Trop" designation stands for "Tropicalized," indicating that this variant was adapted to operate in tropical or desert environments. Here is some key information about the Spitfire Mk.Vc Trop:Origins: The Spitfire Mk.Vc Trop was a specifically adapted version of the Spitfire Mk.V, one of the most prolific models in the Spitfire series. The Mk.Vc version was a cannon-equipped variant of the Mk.V.Trop Adaptations: Because the Spitfire was originally designed to operate in Western Europe, as Allied forces moved to the Middle East and North Africa during World War II, it was necessary to adapt the aircraft to the hot and dusty climate of these regions. The Spitfire Mk.Vc Trop was equipped with sand filters over the carburetors to prevent sand from damaging the engine during desert operations.Employment: This variant was mainly used in the North African campaigns, where it fought against Axis forces in theaters of war such as Libya. Its ability to operate in desert conditions contributed to its effectiveness in these operations.Armament: The Spitfire Mk.Vc Trop was armed with 20 mm Hispano guns, which gave it greater firepower than earlier models. It also had .303-inch caliber Browning machine guns.Evolution: The Spitfire Mk.Vc Trop represented one of many variants of the Spitfire that were developed during the war to address specific operational needs. Over the course of the conflict, numerous other variants were developed with improvements in performance, armament, and electronics.Legacy: The Spitfire became one of the most iconic fighters of World War II, known for its agility and air combat capability. Although the Mk.Vc Trop was specifically designed to operate in desert environments, it helped cement the Spitfire's reputation as one of the most legendary fighter aircraft in history.In summary, the Supermarine Spitfire Mk.Vc Trop was a variant of the Spitfire designed to operate in desert and tropical environments. It fought successfully in the North African theater during World War II and contributed to the Spitfire's reputation as an icon of military aviation.

 
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Kovozavody Prostejov 72417 Supermarine Spitfire Mk.Vc Trop
SKU KPV-72417
Brand KOVOZAVODY PROSTEJOV
Scale: 1/72
Nation: United Kingdom
Period: WWII
Type: Aircraft
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1/72 Supermarine Spitfire Mk.Vc Trop "Mediterranean Theatre"The Supermarine Spitfire Mk.Vc Trop was a variant of the famous British Supermarine Spitfire fighter aircraft used during World War II. The "Trop" designation stands for "Tropicalized," indicating that this variant was adapted to operate in tropical or desert environments. Here is some key information about the Spitfire Mk.Vc Trop:Origins: The Spitfire Mk.Vc Trop was a specifically adapted version of the Spitfire Mk.V, one of the most prolific models in the Spitfire series. The Mk.Vc version was a cannon-equipped variant of the Mk.V.Trop Adaptations: Because the Spitfire was originally designed to operate in Western Europe, as Allied forces moved to the Middle East and North Africa during World War II, it was necessary to adapt the aircraft to the hot and dusty climate of these regions. The Spitfire Mk.Vc Trop was equipped with sand filters over the carburetors to prevent sand from damaging the engine during desert operations.Employment: This variant was mainly used in the North African campaigns, where it fought against Axis forces in theaters of war such as Libya. Its ability to operate in desert conditions contributed to its effectiveness in these operations.Armament: The Spitfire Mk.Vc Trop was armed with 20 mm Hispano guns, which gave it greater firepower than earlier models. It also had .303-inch caliber Browning machine guns.Evolution: The Spitfire Mk.Vc Trop represented one of many variants of the Spitfire that were developed during the war to address specific operational needs. Over the course of the conflict, numerous other variants were developed with improvements in performance, armament, and electronics.Legacy: The Spitfire became one of the most iconic fighters of World War II, known for its agility and air combat capability. Although the Mk.Vc Trop was specifically designed to operate in desert environments, it helped cement the Spitfire's reputation as one of the most legendary fighter aircraft in history.In summary, the Supermarine Spitfire Mk.Vc Trop was a variant of the Spitfire designed to operate in desert and tropical environments. It fought successfully in the North African theater during World War II and contributed to the Spitfire's reputation as an icon of military aviation.

 
 
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Kovozavody Prostejov 72416 Supermarine Spitfire Mk.Vc Trop
SKU KPV-72416
Brand KOVOZAVODY PROSTEJOV
Scale: 1/72
Nation: United Kingdom
Period: WWII
Type: Aircraft
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1/72 Supermarine Spitfire Mk.Vc Trop "USAAF over Corsica"The Supermarine Spitfire Mk.Vc Trop was a variant of the famous British Supermarine Spitfire fighter aircraft used during World War II. The "Trop" designation stands for "Tropicalized," indicating that this variant was adapted to operate in tropical or desert environments. Here is some key information about the Spitfire Mk.Vc Trop:Origins: The Spitfire Mk.Vc Trop was a specifically adapted version of the Spitfire Mk.V, one of the most prolific models in the Spitfire series. The Mk.Vc version was a cannon-equipped variant of the Mk.V.Trop Adaptations: Because the Spitfire was originally designed to operate in Western Europe, as Allied forces moved to the Middle East and North Africa during World War II, it was necessary to adapt the aircraft to the hot and dusty climate of these regions. The Spitfire Mk.Vc Trop was equipped with sand filters over the carburetors to prevent sand from damaging the engine during desert operations.Employment: This variant was mainly used in the North African campaigns, where it fought against Axis forces in theaters of war such as Libya. Its ability to operate in desert conditions contributed to its effectiveness in these operations.Armament: The Spitfire Mk.Vc Trop was armed with 20 mm Hispano guns, which gave it greater firepower than earlier models. It also had .303-inch caliber Browning machine guns.Evolution: The Spitfire Mk.Vc Trop represented one of many variants of the Spitfire that were developed during the war to address specific operational needs. Over the course of the conflict, numerous other variants were developed with improvements in performance, armament, and electronics.Legacy: The Spitfire became one of the most iconic fighters of World War II, known for its agility and air combat capability. Although the Mk.Vc Trop was specifically designed to operate in desert environments, it helped cement the Spitfire's reputation as one of the most legendary fighter aircraft in history.In summary, the Supermarine Spitfire Mk.Vc Trop was a variant of the Spitfire designed to operate in desert and tropical environments. It fought successfully in the North African theater during World War II and contributed to the Spitfire's reputation as an icon of military aviation.

 
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Kovozavody Prostejov 72415 Avia BH-11 NEW
SKU KPV-72415
Brand KOVOZAVODY PROSTEJOV
Nation: Czechoslovakia
Period: Anni '20
Scale: 1/72
Type: Aircraft
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1/72 Avia BH-11 "Boska"The Avia BH-11 was another aircraft developed by the Czechoslovak Avia company, following the success of the BH-9. Here are some key details about the Avia BH-11:Successor to the BH-9 : The Avia BH-11 was designed as a successor to the previous BH-9 sport aircraft, continuing the tradition of producing lightweight and economical aircraft for recreational flying.Design and development : The BH-11 was also designed by Pavel Beneš and Miroslav Hajn at Avia. It retained some of the features of the BH-9 but incorporated improvements in design and performance.Biplane configuration : Like its predecessor, the BH-11 featured a biplane configuration, which provided stability and maneuverability suitable for recreational and training flight.Engine : The aircraft was typically powered by an inline four-cylinder engine, similar to the engines used in the BH-9. Engine options included various models from manufacturers such as Walter and Bristol.Improvements : The BH-11 introduced numerous improvements over the BH-9, including improved aerodynamics, better construction materials, and upgraded features.Performance : The Avia BH-11 was known for its good flight performance, handling, and comfortable cockpit. It was a popular choice for pilots looking for a reliable and fun aircraftVariants : The BH-11 also saw the development of several variants, including the BH-11A and BH-11B, which offered slight modifications and improvements.Popularity : Similar to its predecessor, the BH-11 gained popularity both in Czechoslovakia and abroad. It became a common sight in aeroclubs and recreational aviation.Use in aerobatics : A number of BH-11 aircraft were used in aerobatic demonstrations and competitions, demonstrating their capabilities in performing basic aerobatic maneuvers.Legacy : The Avia BH-11, like the BH-9, contributed to the growth of aviation enthusiasts and pilots by providing affordable and fun aircraft for recreational flying.The Avia BH-11 continued the legacy of the BH-9, providing a reliable and fun aircraft for pilots interested in sport flying, training and recreational aviation. Its success further solidified Avia's reputation for producing affordable and well-designed light aircraft.

 
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Kovozavody Prostejov 72414 Avia BH-9 NEW
SKU KPV-72414
Brand KOVOZAVODY PROSTEJOV
Nation: Czechoslovakia
Period: Anni '20
Scale: 1/72
Type: Aircraft
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1/72 Avia BH-9 "Boska"The Avia BH-9 was a Czechoslovak sport aircraft designed and produced in the 1920s. Here are a few key points about the Avia BH-9:Origin : The Avia BH-9 was designed by Pavel Beneš and Miroslav Hajn, engineers of the Avia airline in Czechoslovakia.Purpose : The Avia BH-9 was designed as a lightweight and economical sport aircraft that could be used for recreational flying, training, and even limited aerobatics.Design : The BH-9 had a biplane configuration with a wooden frame covered in fabric. It featured tandem seating for the pilot and a passenger or student.Construction : The plane's design emphasized simplicity and ease of construction. This made it a popular choice among amateur builders, contributing to its widespread popularity.Engine : The Avia BH-9 was typically powered by an inline four-cylinder engine, such as the Walter Vega or Bristol Cherub.Performance : The BH-9 had good flying characteristics and was known for its stability and ease of maneuvering. Its performance allowed for a variety of flying activities, including basic aerobatics.Variants : The original design of the BH-9 underwent numerous modifications and updates, leading to the creation of several variants, such as the BH-9A and BH-9B.Popularity : The Avia BH-9 gained popularity not only in Czechoslovakia but also internationally. It was exported to various countries and became a familiar sight in many flying clubs.Sporting Events : The BH-9 was used in various aviation sporting events, air races, and competitions, demonstrating its versatility and capability.Legacy : The Avia BH-9 left a lasting legacy as a successful sport aircraft that introduced many people to aviation. It contributed to the growth of aviation enthusiasts and pilots during the early years of aviation.The Avia BH-9 is remembered as an accessible and fun aircraft that played a role in promoting aviation as a recreational and sporting activity. Its simplicity, performance and popularity made it an important part of aviation history.

 
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Kovozavody Prostejov 72413 Avro 626
SKU KPV-72413
Brand KOVOZAVODY PROSTEJOV
Nation: United Kingdom
Period: WWII
Scale: 1/72
Type: Aircraft
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1/72 Avro 626 "Prefect"The Avro 626 was a British military training aircraft developed by Avro in the 1930s. Here are some key points about the Avro 626:Role : The Avro 626 was designed primarily as a military training aircraft for the Royal Air Force (RAF) and other air forces.Design and development : The Avro 626 was derived from the Avro 621 Tutor, a biplane used as a military trainer. The 626 featured an updated design with improvements in performance and maneuverability.Biplane configuration : Like its predecessor, the Avro 626 had a biplane wing configuration. This design offered good stability and maneuverability, important for training purposes.Variants : The Avro 626 was available in several variants, including the Avro 626 Prefect and Avro 626 Ava. The Prefect was the main training version, while the Ava was used for advanced training.Crew and Seating : The Avro 626 typically accommodated two crew members: a pilot and a trainee. The cockpit layout allowed for effective communication and training.Engine : The aircraft was powered by various engines, including inline engines such as the Armstrong Siddeley Lynx and radial engines such as the Armstrong Siddeley Cheetah.Service : The Avro 626 served as a training aircraft with the RAF and various other air forces. It played a crucial role in pilot training during the interwar period and in the early stages of World War II.Training and Navigation : The Avro 626 was used for various training purposes, including basic flight training, navigation exercises, and instrument training.Wartime use : During World War II, the Avro 626 continued to be used for training purposes, but as the war progressed and more advanced aircraft became available, its role diminished.Legacy : The Avro 626, along with its predecessor the Avro 621 Tutor, contributed significantly to pilot training in the years leading up to and during World War II. It served as a stepping stone for new pilots transitioning to more advanced aircraft.The Avro 626 played an important role in the training of civil and military aviation pilots during a period of significant technological and strategic changes in aviation.

 
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Kovozavody Prostejov 72412 Let L-13
SKU KPV-72412
Brand KOVOZAVODY PROSTEJOV
Nation: Czechoslovakia
Period: Dopoguerra
Scale: 1/72
Type: Aircraft
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1/72 Let L-13 "Blaník"The Let L-13 Blaník is a Czechoslovak-designed glider that has gained worldwide popularity as a reliable and widely used training glider. Here are some key points about the Let L-13 Blaník:Origin : The Let L-13 Blaník was designed and manufactured in Czechoslovakia (now the Czech Republic) by the Let Kunovice airline. Development of the glider began in the late 1950s.Purpose : The Blaník was designed primarily as a two-seat training glider for initial flight training and advanced flight instruction. Its design emphasizes simplicity and ease of use.Design : The Blaník features a high-wing configuration with a T-tail and a distinctive forward-facing wing design. Its wings are equipped with Schempp-Hirth aerobrakes to help control descent speed.Performance : The Blaník is known for its stable and forgiving flight characteristics, making it a popular choice for beginner pilots. It is capable of basic aerobatics and is often used to introduce pilots to gliding techniques.Durability : The glider is known for its rugged construction, which contributes to its longevity and ability to withstand the rigors of training and regular use.Global use : The Let L-13 Blaník has been widely used around the world, not only in Czechoslovakia and the Czech Republic but also in many other countries as a training glider.Versions : The Blaník is available in several versions, including the L-13, L-13A, and L-13AC. The L-13AC version is equipped with auxiliary power, which enables automatic launching.Legacy : The popularity of the Let L-13 Blaník is a testament to its effectiveness as a training glider. It has been a staple in glider clubs and training schools, contributing to the development of countless glider pilots.Production : Original production of the Blaník began in the 1960s and continued for several decades. The glider has also been licensed for production in other countries.Enduring Use : Despite its age, the Let L-13 Blaník remains a common sight on glider fields and continues to play an important role in training the next generation of glider pilots.The Let L-13 Blaník has earned its place as a reliable and widely respected glider in the aviation community, particularly for its role in training new pilots in the art of glider flying and gliding techniques.

 
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Kovozavody Prostejov 72411 Mikojan-Gurjevic MiG-19PM
SKU KPV-72411
Brand KOVOZAVODY PROSTEJOV
Nation: Russia
Period: Modern
Scale: 1/72
Type: Aircraft
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1/72 Mikojan-Gurjevic MiG-19PM "Soviet Union AF"The Mikoyan-Gurevich MiG-19PM was a Soviet jet fighter developed during the Cold War. It was a member of the MiG family of fighter aircraft, and is known to have been one of the first Soviet fighters to be equipped with air-to-air guided missiles.Here is some information about the Mikoyan-Gurevich MiG-19PM:Development and Introduction: The MiG-19PM was developed as an advanced variant of the MiG-19 fighter, with the addition of long-range intercept capabilities. It entered service in the Soviet Union in the 1950s.Armament: One of the main features of the MiG-19PM was its ability to carry air-to-air missiles. It was equipped with K-5 infrared-guided missiles (NATO: AA-1 'Alkali') for short-range air combat.Performance: The MiG-19PM was capable of reaching supersonic speeds, although not always maintaining stable flight at such speeds. It had good maneuverability at low and medium speeds, making it a formidable opponent in aerial combat.Role: It was primarily intended for air interception, capable of dealing with threats such as reconnaissance aircraft or enemy bombers.Service: Although it was used by the Soviet Union, the MiG-19PM was also exported to other Warsaw Pact nations and to non-aligned countries during the Cold War.Evolution: The MiG-19PM was a significant step in the MiG family, but it later led to the introduction of the MiG-21, a much more advanced and versatile fighter.

 
 
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Kovozavody Prostejov 72345 Leonardo M-345
SKU KPV-72345
Brand KOVOZAVODY PROSTEJOV
Scale: 1/72
Nation: Italy
Period: Modern
Type: Aircraft
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1/72 Leonardo M-345The Leonardo M-345 is an advanced aerial trainer developed by the Italian company Leonardo S.p.A. It is a single-engine jet aircraft designed to train military pilots in the advanced stages of their training. The M-345 was designed with the aim of offering high performance, reliability and low operating costs. Here are some key features of the Leonardo M-345:Design and Features: The M-345 features a modern, aerodynamic design. It has a streamlined fuselage, arrow-shaped wings, and a single jet engine positioned at the rear end of the fuselage. This configuration contributes to the aircraft's agile performance and high maneuverability.Advanced Training: The M-345 is intended for advanced training roles for military pilots. It is designed to train pilots who already have some flying experience, preparing them for the more advanced phases of their training, including tactical and combat operations.Avionics and Technology: The cockpit of the M-345 is equipped with advanced avionics systems and liquid crystal displays. These tools allow pilots to familiarize themselves with technologies and flight procedures similar to those found on modern combat aircraft.Performance: The M-345 is designed to offer high performance, including a top speed in excess of Mach 0.8 and high maneuverability. These features are important to accustom pilots to the challenges they will face aboard advanced combat aircraft.Reliability and Operating Costs: The design of the M-345 aims to keep operational costs low, enabling efficient and affordable training for pilots. This is especially relevant since training military pilots can be an expensive process.Basic and Light Attack Variant: In addition to the M-345 trainer version, an M-345 HET (High Efficiency Trainer) variant has also been developed that includes light attack capabilities. This variant can be equipped with light weapons and also perform tactical support tasks.In conclusion, the Leonardo M-345 is an advanced air trainer designed to prepare military pilots for the advanced stages of their training. With its high performance, modern avionics, and attention to operational costs, the M-345 aims to be a valuable tool for training pilots of next-generation combat aircraft.

 
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Zlin Z-142
SKU KPV-72407
Brand KOVOZAVODY PROSTEJOV
Nation: Czechoslovakia
Period: Modern
Scale: 1/72
Type: Aircraft
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1/72 Zlin Z-142 ExportThe Zlin Z 242 is a single-engine, two-seat low-wing trainer with aerobatic capabilities produced since the 1990s by the Czech company Moravan Aviation s.r.o. (since 2006 CzechAircraft).Intended for both civilian and military markets, it is still used as a trainer, both basic and advanced, by many military airforces for training their pilots.

 
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Zlin Z-126
SKU KPV-72409
Brand KOVOZAVODY PROSTEJOV
Nation: Czechoslovakia
Period: Modern
Scale: 1/72
Type: Aircraft
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1/72 Zlin Z-126 'Would-Be-Military Liveries'The Zlín Z 26 is a single-engine, low-wing training aircraft produced by the Czechoslovak firm Moravan Aviation. The Z 26 is recognized as the progenitor of the family of training aircraft produced precisely by Moravan Aviation.

 
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Zlin Z-126
SKU KPV-72408
Brand KOVOZAVODY PROSTEJOV
Nation: Czechoslovakia
Period: Modern
Scale: 1/72
Type: Aircraft
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1/72 Zlin Z-126 'Over Europe'The Zlín Z 26 is a single-engine, low-wing training aircraft produced by the Czechoslovak firm Moravan Aviation. The Z 26 is recognized as the progenitor of the family of training aircraft produced precisely by Moravan Aviation.

 
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MiG-21PFM
SKU KPV-72410
Brand KOVOZAVODY PROSTEJOV
Nation: Russia
Period: Cold War
Scale: 1/72
Type: Aircraft
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1/72 MiG-21PFMThe Mikoyan Gurevich MiG-21 is a single-engine, delta-wing fighter aircraft developed by Mikoyan Gurevich in the 1950s.Considered one of the iconic aircraft of the Cold War and primarily employed by the Soviet Union Air Force, the MiG-21 has been used by more than 60 nations, and is still in service in numerous countries. With over 10,000 built, it is the most produced supersonic aircraft in aviation history.

 
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Zlin Z-142
SKU KPV-72406
Brand KOVOZAVODY PROSTEJOV
Nation: Czechoslovakia
Period: Modern
Scale: 1/72
Type: Aircraft
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1/72 Zlin Z-142The Zlin Z 242 is a single-engine, two-seat, low-wing trainer with aerobatic capabilities produced since the 1990s by the Czech company Moravan Aviation s.r.o. (since 2006 CzechAircraft).Intended for both civilian and military markets, it is still used as a trainer, both basic and advanced, by many military airforces for training their pilots.

 
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SIAI S-211
SKU KPV-72405
Brand KOVOZAVODY PROSTEJOV
Nation: Italy
Period: WWII
Scale: 1/72
Type: Aircraft
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1/72 SIAI S-211 Philippine AFThe SIAI-Marchetti S-211 (also more frequently referred to as the S.211) is an Italian jet-powered basic/intermediate trainer aircraft with a modern and advanced design for the period in which it was conceived, especially its supercritical profile wing, turbofan engine, and extensive use of composite structures.Strongly desired by then SIAI-Marchetti General Manager Cav. Fredmano Spairani for the relaunch of the company, it was designed by the SIAI technical department led by engineers Brena, Frontini and Brembati in the late 1970s and made its first flight on April 10, 1981. It was produced in about 70 examples, mainly for the Singapore, Philippine and Haitian air forces. It participated in the 1990s in the JPATS (Joint Primary Aircraft Training System) competition for a new U.S. basic trainer.Beginning in 1997, the design and development of the aircraft passed to Aermacchi, following the latter's acquisition of SIAI. In 2005, with slight updates, the S.211 was renamed the M-311, and following further modifications, it was redesignated the M-345 in 2012. It was precisely the M-345 that was designated in late 2013 as the successor to the Aermacchi MB-339, both as a basic/intermediate trainer for the Air Force and as an aircraft for the Frecce Tricolori.

 
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LVG C.VI
SKU KPV-72402
Brand KOVOZAVODY PROSTEJOV
Nation: Germany
Period: WWI
Scale: 1/72
Type: Aircraft
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1/72 LVG C.VI "German Service"The LVG C.VI was a single-engine reconnaissance biplane produced by the Imperial German company Luftverkehrsgesellschaft (LVG) in the 1910s.Made in more than a thousand examples, it was used mainly by the Luftstreitkräfte, the air component of the Deutsches Heer (the Imperial German Army), during the latter stages of World War I and by numerous other air forces in the postwar period.

 
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Bücker Bü-181
SKU KPV-72404
Brand KOVOZAVODY PROSTEJOV
Nation: Germany
Period: WWII
Scale: 1/72
Type: Aircraft
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1/72 Bücker Bü-181 BestmannThe Bücker Bü 181 Bestmann has been by far the world's most successful sport, training and training aircraft manufacturer Bücker Flugzeugbau . Bestmann is a nautical term.

 
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5-Colour Lozenge Set
SKU KPV-EX026
Brand KOVOZAVODY PROSTEJOV
Scale: 1/72
Type: Aircraft
Category Decals

1/72 5-Color Lozenge Set (2 sheets)

 
 
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S.A. Bulldog T.1
SKU KPV-72399
Brand KOVOZAVODY PROSTEJOV
Nation: United Kingdom
Period: Modern
Scale: 1/72
Type: Aircraft
Category Kit

1/72 S.A. Bulldog T.1The Scottish Aviation Bulldog is a basic single-engine, two-triposto, low-wing monoplane training aircraft developed, as the B.125 Bulldog, by the British aircraft company Beagle Aircraft in the late 1960s and produced initially by Scottish Aviation (Bulldog) Limited and in its later examples by the successor British Aerospace (BAe).A compactly sized trainer, characterized mainly by its large cockpit with two side-by-side seats, behind which is an optional third seat for the crew, and fixed forward tricycle landing gear, it was developed for the military aviation market while also finding use in the civilian sector, however, sold on the general aviation market after being decommissioned from service and used by its owners as a warbird at air shows.

 
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LVG C.VI.
SKU KPV-72400
Brand KOVOZAVODY PROSTEJOV
Scale: 1/72
Nation: Germany
Period: WWI
Type: Aircraft
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1/72 LVG C.VI. "In Polish Services" The LVG C.VI was a single-engine reconnaissance biplane produced by the Imperial German company Luftverkehrsgesellschaft (LVG) in the 1910s. Made in over a thousand examples, it was used mainly by the Luftstreitkräfte, the air component of the Deutsches Heer (the Imperial German Army), during the latter stages of World War I and by numerous other air forces in the postwar period.

 
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Let L/K-60
SKU KPV-72392
Brand KOVOZAVODY PROSTEJOV
Nation: Czechoslovakia
Period: Modern
Scale: 1/72
Type: Aircraft
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1/72 Let L/K-60 "Brigadýr" MilitaryThe Aero L-60 Brigadýr ( Czech : Brigadier ) was a small Czechoslovak STOL high-wing utility aircraft developed for both civilian and military use. A prototype, designated XL-60, with an Argus As 10C engine, first flew on December 24, 1953, but was unsuccessful. The plane was completely redesigned, and the second improved prototype, with a flat-six M-208B engine, flew on June 8, 1954. The configuration of the plane bears a strong resemblance to the Fieseler Fi 156 "Storch" produced under license in Czechoslovakia during and after World War II (as K-65 Cáp), and which this aircraft was to replace. By the end of production in1960 , 273 had been built by Aero , including an improved version, the L-160 with an all-metal tail .Aircraft equipped with an Ivchenko AI-14 R radial engine built by PZL are known as L-60S.

 
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Let L-60B
SKU KPV-72393
Brand KOVOZAVODY PROSTEJOV
Nation: Czechoslovakia
Period: Modern
Scale: 1/72
Type: Aircraft
Category Kit

1/72 Let L-60B "Brigadýr Agro 1"The Aero L-60 Brigadýr ( Czech : Brigadier ) was a small Czechoslovak STOL high-wing utility aircraft developed for both civilian and military use. A prototype, designated XL-60, with an Argus As 10C engine, first flew on December 24, 1953, but was unsuccessful. The plane was completely redesigned, and the second improved prototype, with a flat-six M-208B engine, flew on June 8, 1954. The configuration of the plane bears a strong resemblance to the Fieseler Fi 156 "Storch" produced under license in Czechoslovakia during and after World War II (as K-65 Cáp), and which this aircraft was to replace. By the end of production in1960 , 273 had been built by Aero , including an improved version, the L-160 with an all-metal tail .Aircraft equipped with an Ivchenko AI-14 R radial engine built by PZL are known as L-60S.

 
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Lavochkin La-5FN
SKU KPV-72360
Brand KOVOZAVODY PROSTEJOV
Nation: Russia
Period: WWII
Scale: 1/72
Type: Aircraft
Category Kit

1/72 Lavochkin La-5FN "Aces"The Lavochkin La-5 was a single-engine, low-wing fighter designed by the OKB 301 headed by Semën Alekseevic Lavockin and developed in the Soviet Union in the early 1940s.Initially referred to as the Lavochkin Gorbunov LaG-5, it was an ameliorative development, essentially based on remotorization, of the earlier LaGG-3. It was primarily employed by the Voenno-vozdušnye sily (VVS), the air force of the Soviet Union, in the final stages of World War II, becoming one of the most widely used fighters and remaining operational until the early 1950s.

 
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AGO C.IV
SKU KPV-72398
Brand KOVOZAVODY PROSTEJOV
Nation: Germany
Period: WWI
Scale: 1/72
Type: Aircraft
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1/72 AGO C.IV "Late"The AGO C.IV was a single-engine biplane reconnaissance aircraft developed by the imperial German company AGO Flugzeugwerke GmbH in the 1910s and produced under license by Schütte-Lanz and Waggonfabrik Josef Rathgeber in addition to itself.Used mainly by the Luftstreitkräfte, the air component of the Deutsches Heer (the Imperial German Army), during World War I, it constituted the first model from the German company's conventional configuration.

 
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AGO C.IV
SKU KPV-72396
Brand KOVOZAVODY PROSTEJOV
Nation: Germany
Period: WWI
Scale: 1/72
Type: Aircraft
Category Kit

1/72 AGO C.IVThe AGO C.IV was a single-engine biplane reconnaissance aircraft developed by the imperial German company AGO Flugzeugwerke GmbH in the 1910s and produced under license by Schütte-Lanz and Waggonfabrik Josef Rathgeber in addition to itself.Used mainly by the Luftstreitkräfte, the air component of the Deutsches Heer (the Imperial German Army), during World War I, it constituted the first model from the German company's conventional configuration.

 
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AGO C.IV
SKU KPV-72395
Brand KOVOZAVODY PROSTEJOV
Nation: Germany
Period: WWI
Scale: 1/72
Type: Aircraft
Category Kit

1/72 AGO C.IV "Late Cammo"The AGO C.IV was a single-engine biplane reconnaissance aircraft developed by the imperial German company AGO Flugzeugwerke GmbH in the 1910s and produced under license by Schütte-Lanz and Waggonfabrik Josef Rathgeber in addition to itself.Used mainly by the Luftstreitkräfte, the air component of the Deutsches Heer (the Imperial German Army), during World War I, it constituted the first model from the German company's conventional configuration.

 
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Shenyang J-6A
SKU KPV-72388
Brand KOVOZAVODY PROSTEJOV
Nation: China
Period: Modern
Scale: 1/72
Type: Aircraft
Category Kit

1/72 Shenyang J-6AThe Shenyang J-6 was the licensed-produced version of the Soviet supersonic fighter aircraft Mikoyan-Gurevich MiG-19, codenamed NATO Farmer.In January 1958, the Chinese government, through a technology exchange agreement with the Soviet Union, was granted a license to produce the Mikoyan-Gurevich MiG-19 for use by departments of its air force. Production of the model, which according to the Chinese designation system assumed the acronym J-6 (Jianjiji-6, or "model 6 fighter aircraft"), was scheduled to begin in the early 1960s, assigned to the state-owned Shenyang factories that would take care of assembling the parts coming in from the USSR factories.Initially, the version that had aroused interest was the MiG-19P, interceptor fighter, with the Chinese engineering bureau obtaining a kit from the USSR during 1958, and from which the prototype was built that flew for the first time, at the controls of test pilot Vang Yukhai on December 17 of that year. In contrast, the first MiG-19P/J-6 entirely built by Shenyang based on the original designs flew in September 1959, with test pilot Yu Keming at the controls.The deterioration of relations between the two countries resulted in a halt to supplies so the technical bureau was ordered to make a copy based on the documentation in their possession.

 
 
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